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Originally Posted by no1mad View Post
Do me a favor OP- put that Nite Rider 10w back on the bars. I wouldn't trust my safety to a) just one light or b) a really cheap light like that.

Use your new one as the primary if you want, but the road vibrations may cause it to fail sooner or later (probably sooner) and you'll be glad you have your old light right there with you if you need it.
I'm curious to hear how this light works out... OP, please keep us updated every 500 miles or so?

IMHO, the problem with buying cheap electronics is that, more often than not, you get cheap electronics. As no1mad alludes to, it's often the things you can't see (e.g. cheap/weak solder joints that won't hold up to road vibrations) that'll getcha.

Hope it works for you though, and I am curious to hear how it works out....
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